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Roosevelt, TheodoreT.R. and the Rough Riders: A Plea for the Heroes. Including Theodore Roosevelt's report to General Shafter urging the withdrawal of the Rough Riders and his report to the Secretary of War on the hardships and problems endured by the men
$125.00
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Publisher: Humbug Gulch Press, Amarillo, TX, 1971
Used - Fine. Letterpress. No. 115 of an edition of 300, signed by the publisher, Don Turner. With presentation book plate "From Springer, New Mexico Soldier's Memorial to L. B. (Lewis) Reynolds, Spanish American War. 1898. Company F. 1st Territorial Regiment. Volunteer Infantry, USA.", and with a mounted photo of Reynolds laid in. 16mo
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Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt Announces That He Has Been Named to Command the Rough Riders
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Used. He later tells the same friend that the famed unit is being mustered outIn April of 1897 Roosevelt was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy as a reward for his tireless campaigning for the newly elected President, William McKinley. He foresaw that war could develop with Spain and was proven right, as when the U.S.S. Maine blew up in Havana harbor, the Spanish were blamed. From that moment, Roosevelt sprang into action, transporting ammunition, readying ships for action, and moving...The Raab Collection
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Roosevelt, TheodoreT.R. and the Rough Riders: A Plea for the Heroes. Including Theodore Roosevelt's report to General Shafter urging the withdrawal of the Rough Riders and his report to the Secretary of War on the hardships and problems endured by the men
$125.00
Publisher: Humbug Gulch Press, 1971
Amarillo, TX: Humbug Gulch Press, 1971. Letterpress. No. 115 of an edition of 300, signed by the publisher, Don Turner. With presentation book plate "From Springer, New Mexico Soldier's Memorial to L. B. (Lewis) Reynolds, Spanish American War. 1898. Company F. 1st Territorial Regiment. Volunteer Infantry, USA.", and with a mounted photo of Reynolds laid in.. Signed. Limited. Hard Cover. Fine/N/A. 16mo. Signed.
Maya Jones Books
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Theodore RooseveltOn the eve of his inauguration as Governor of New York, Theodore Roosevelt declares, "I think I am proudest of having been Colonel of the Rough Riders"
$12,000.00
"Superb content Typed Letter Signed ""Theodore Roosevelt"", as Governor-elect, 1 page, 8.5"" x 11"", Oyster Bay, December 28, 1898 with several autograph emendations, to William Laird Clowes (1856-1905) asking when his chapter on the War of 1812 would appear in a forthcoming volume and reflecting on his election as governor in respect to his service with the Rough Riders. Expected folds, slight partial separation at horizontal fold repaired on verso, glue remnants on verso show through at...University Archives
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Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt expresses pride in his Confederate relatives, and relates that the Rough Riders had more men whose fathers had served for the Confederacy than the Union
$13,500.00
The time has now come when we can all of us be proud of the valor shown on both sides in the Civil War." In September 1901, just days after Roosevelt was sworn in as President, the text of this very letter was released by the Associated Press as a way to promote national unity and healing. It ran in publications throughout the South. A popular slogan used to describe the Civil War is “brother against brother.” The Roosevelt family embodied this predicament as Theodore Roosevelt’s...The Raab Collection
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Theodore RooseveltOn the eve of his inauguration as Governor of New York, Theodore Roosevelt declares, "I think I am proudest of having been Colonel of the Rough Riders"
$12,000.00
"Superb content Typed Letter Signed ""Theodore Roosevelt"", as Governor-elect, 1 page, 8.5"" x 11"", Oyster Bay, December 28, 1898 with several autograph emendations, to William Laird Clowes (1856-1905) asking when his chapter on the War of 1812 would appear in a forthcoming volume and reflecting on his election as governor in respect to his service with the Rough Riders. Expected folds, slight partial separation at horizontal fold repaired on verso, glue remnants on verso show through at...University Archives
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Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt expresses pride in his Confederate relatives, and relates that the Rough Riders had more men whose fathers had served for the Confederacy than the Union
$13,500.00
The time has now come when we can all of us be proud of the valor shown on both sides in the Civil War." In September 1901, just days after Roosevelt was sworn in as President, the text of this very letter was released by the Associated Press as a way to promote national unity and healing. It ran in publications throughout the South. A popular slogan used to describe the Civil War is “brother against brother.” The Roosevelt family embodied this predicament as Theodore Roosevelt’s...The Raab Collection
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